Tune into Nutanix's Cloud Shack of vids for a rewarding experience – top info, free gear and a chance to win .NEXT tix

Learn about all hyperconvergence, multi cloud, and more

Promo Nutanix invites you to its summertime Cloud Shack – an eight-part series of videos on hot topics such as hyperconvergence, business application management, storage, virtualization, networking, and multi-cloud deployments.

The first episode is an introduction to hyperconverged infrastructure: tune in to find out how to manage all of your virtual environments, seamlessly and easily.

Episode two delves into managing multiple environments from a single console: discover how you can monitor your entire environment, from storage and compute infrastructure all the way to virtual machines.

The third video discusses deploying applications on multiple clouds, and the fourth covers intuitive virtual-machine-centric workflows for performing admin tasks from a single pane of glass. Episodes five through to eight delve into public and private clouds, best practices in delivering policy-based application security, VM segmentation, and, finally, how to gain freedom from complexity and cost of legacy IT. Supporting documents are available to download to keep you further informed.

All eight episodes are being uploaded to the Cloud Shack every few days throughout this month. Tune into the series, and your reward will be not just valuable information, but also some seasonal prizes.

Watch three videos, and Nutanix will send you a pair of sunglasses. Watch six, and you can bag a baseball cap and water bottle.

Best of all: watch all eight videos and you will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win two free tickets to join thousands of IT professionals at the important Nutanix .NEXT Europe 2019 event taking place in Copenhagen from October 8 to 10 – with travel and accommodation included.

The Nutanix Cloud Shack is right here.

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